Mia is a Clinical Psychologist who specialises in the psychology of birth and parenting. She is particularly interested in the feminist issues surrounding birth and parenthood, and how culture shapes our experiences.
Her passion is in making birth and parenting better-natured for mums, dads and babies, and in understanding why this is important. In her day to day life she delivers psychology workshops for midwives and birth professionals, she runs hypnobirthing birth preparation classes for parents, and is a birth doula, whilst raising her three sons. As a trained therapist, she has provided one to one therapy for over 20 years to people struggling with depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress.